Taking Pride in Service
We serve anyone and everyone affected by intimate partner or sexual abuse.
Reducing risk through partnerships
Increased access to services can help prevent HIV for women living through violence.
It is a crucial time to maintain our boundaries
and strengthen our communication with
family and friends.
You are not alone. Get help now.
Call our 24/7 Crisis Line
We Are Open
The Center for Women and Families is available to talk with you 24/7, every day of the year.
Navigating the courts can be challenging, but our advocates are here to help.
Celebration of Service and Survival
Join us on March 11, 2023 to lift up survivors and recognize five new Women of Distinction!
Take Charge, Not Risks
A partnership between The Center for Women and Families, Volunteers of America Mid-States, and PIRE has improved links to care for people experiencing domestic violence and who are at risk of contracting HIV.
Your relationship can affect your status. Women in unsafe relationships are at a greater risk of an HIV diagnosis.
Guest writer and WAVE 3 anchor Dawne Gee shares her powerful story about fighting her way through an abusive marriage. It’s a must-read.
Become an advocate.
Volunteering at The Center means being there for someone who needs you, empowering others to believe in themselves and making a difference one person at a time.